There are few moments where you’d feel short-changed by BMW’s executive estate, reckons Alex Grant.
Unveiled in Berlin, the latest iteration of the Polo takes a step up in space and technology, as Alex Grant explains.
Vauxhall/Opel CEO, Dr Karl-Thomas Neumann, has stepped down from his position and will leave the company once its sale to PSA Group has completed.
The 3008 sharpens its focus on the SUV segment, shaping up to become a class-leader, says Alex Grant.
It’s still unusual in its segment, but the IS hybrid makes a lot of sense, says Alex Grant.
Kia’s third-generation city car has its sights set on the Volkswagen Up, explains Alex Grant.
Can the Giulia lure drivers out of the established compact executive class? Alex Grant finds out.
Mitsubishi Motors UK has raised its volume ambitions to 30,000 units this fiscal year, up from 26,000 in 2016/17, with that growth underpinned by a much bigger focus on fleets.
An evolutionary refresh for a revolutionary part of Jaguar’s product history, explains Alex Grant.
The S90 manages more than just a good first impression, says Alex Grant.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to ban the sale of diesel cars and small vans in the UK, while reforming tax incentives to promote plug-ins, according to their 2017 manifesto.
The extended Tivoli combines crossover styling with estate functionality, explains Alex Grant.
Volvo’s volume seller remains a good choice, but it’s starting to show its age, reckons Alex Grant.
Joining forces to offer an all-in-one management and maintenance solution for time-critical fleets, ARI and Royal Mail Fleet have the biggest names in the business in their crosshair, as Alex Grant finds out. (L-R) ... Read More »
Mild updates bring the 2008 in line with Peugeot’s new large SUVs, explains Alex Grant.
The eco-Astra asks little for its effortless fuel economy, explains Alex Grant.
The Baleno is a great supermini with a trick up its sleeve, says Alex Grant
It’s unquestionably clever, but the Prius PHV has a major sticking point, explains Alex Grant.
Seven countries, over 700 miles, one tank of diesel – after a marathon driving session, can the new Insignia Grand Sport lure drivers back out of the premium brands? Alex Grant finds out.